Half & Half


Half & Half


Half & Half


Premiere Of Universal Pictures' "The Invisible Man" - Arrivals

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The men are serving looks in this pandemic — particularly Aldis Hodge! The actor pulled up on our timeline in a pink Frère suit and knitwear from Laneus. He completed the look with an equally stylish face mask by Henry Masks. Styled by fashion architect Luxury Law, Hodge flexes his crisp style in the tailored to perfection fit while on set for the film One Night In Miami.

Now that’s great promotion. In case you missed it, One Night In Miami is the fictional visual tale of the gathering of historical figures and civil rights icons Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown at a hotel in Miami in 1964. Hodge plays Browne.

So about the suit, when it comes to luxurious men’s suits, designer Davidson Petit-Frère has dressed everyone from Jay-Z to Omari Hardwick. His finely crafted suits are the epitome of style, class, and luxury. But on the other hand, Hodge never met a suit his buff arms couldn’t fill.

89th Annual Academy Awards - Arrivals

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Hodge plays Jim Brown in the film and stars alongside Leslie Odom, Jr. as Sam Cook, Kingsley Ben-Adir as Malcolm X, Eli Goree as Cassius Clay, and Jeremy Pope as Jackie Wilson. Regina King makes her directorial debut with One Night In Miami, which is already garnering Oscar buzz.

“I’m in just awe of my actors,” King said in an interview with Today when asked about the performances in the film.

One Night In Miami is available for streaming on Prime Video starting on Friday, Jan 15th.

Watch the trailer below:

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Aldis Hodge Proves That Pink Suits Were Made for Black Men  was originally published on hellobeautiful.com